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Malcolm Chant

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The Common Starling has a wide variation in plumage. Both sexes are similar, although the female is less glossy than the male. In autumn, when the plumage is new, birds are glossed black, with a purple and green shine, and the tips of the body feathers have large white spots. At this time the bill is dark and the legs are brown. With wear, the white spots are lost, while the bill and legs turn yellow. By the breeding season (August to January) adults have become glossy-black without any spots. Young birds are dull grey-brown. Common Starlings are 20 to 22cm in length.

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